School Holidays Over?
Stressful days ahead....
Go, grab fresh homemade yoghurt as breakfast
"Many of us have a container of yoghurt in our refrigerator that we may eat for enjoyment, for calcium or because we think it might help our health in other ways," said Dr Kirsten Tillisch, an associate professor of medicine at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine and lead author of the study. "Our findings indicate that some of the contents of yoghurt may actually change the way our brain responds to the environment," he said.
If you are keen to know more about the study carried out by UCLA, you can read our local newspaper theSUN on MONDAY, June 10, 2013, GOOD VIBES, page 19 or just simply click the link below:
Remember: Eat fresh homemade yoghurt for maximum health benefits.